Walter Crane (after) – ‘Eight Illustrations to William Shakespeare’s Tempest’
After WALTER CRANE
EIGHT ILLUSTRATIONS TO WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S TEMPEST
Shown Here: Ferdinand – “Most sure, the goddess on whom these airs attend”. Act 1. Scene 2.
A set of eight engravings printed on tissue thin paper by Duncan C.Dallas (dated 1893), after the original pen drawings by Walter Crane. Published by J.M.Dent & Co. Each engraving is in a separate mount protected by a sheet of tissue bearing the title of the illustration. With a certification of approval by Walter Crane. Published as an edition of 650. Sgned by Duncan C.Dallas. In the original presentation box with covering in dark green and rust and gold lettering and decoration.
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